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Old 02-17-2012, 04:09 PM
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will hi tq starter from 01 fit on 95?

I've done searches on this and cant seem to clear it up in my mind. I looked at DB electronics and they offer the two bolt high torque starter for 94 to 03 with the same part number. Advance has one that looks just like this for an 01 but it does not list it as fitting a 95 model. I bought one and will try it in the morning, but I was wondering if anyone else had done this or if this is common knowledge that I just dont know about.

My current starter will barely crank the truck. I have new batteries and the ford stealership told me I need a new starter.
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Old 02-17-2012, 04:21 PM
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Yep, it is a popular mod.
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Thanks. It worked like a charm. It has never cranked like this since I've had it. Oddly enough I still get the check engine light for the first few seconds after it cranks, but it goes away. I'd love to know why it's coming on. But the starter fit fine and works great.
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scan it and see what the code is
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scan it and see what the code is
Exactly right, once a CEL is thrown the code stays until cleared.
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Tried that already. Its a 95 and my obd2 scanner doesnt seem to work. Where do you find a scanner for one of these things?
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They are not technically OBD certified. They have the plug but since they are so heavy they are non compliant. You need to order an Auto Enginuity Scanner with the ford enhanced package.
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